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Jamestown, OH

Contributed by MSanger, an ePodunk user.

May 8, 2008

 Jamestown is one of the first places I visited when I moved to Ohio (Cedarville) in 1968. I moved to a farm outside Cedarville and don't ask me how I did it, but got lost on the way to Cedarville and ended up in Jamestown. I thought it was a nice little town. I've since relocated to the suburbs of big city Columbus (Grove City) and miss the smalltown living. I want to warn people though, of an unscrupulous Landscaper (Scape's Landscaping) that I hired and he lives in Jamestown. He agreed to come all the way to Grove City last October and promised very nice changes to my back yard. The target date was Thanksgiving, then Christmas and long story short, he has left his tools and a horrible unfinished job. He won't return calls and I've turned him in to Attorney General's office, the Better Business Bureau and he still won't come out and finish. I have a pond complete with mosquitoes from him digging and leaving. Don't do business with the company. You will regret it.


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